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MONTHLY SUMMARY OF BIRTHS,   MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTHS.

ALLEN.- On the 9th April, at Nairne, Mrs. Henry Allen, of a son. ALLEN.-On the 14th April, at Port Adelaide, Mrs. R. H. Allen, of a son.

BARNARD.— On the 4th April, at West- terrace, the wife of Mr. S. Barnard, of a son. BONNAR.— On the 9th April, at Dunreath, Strathalbyn, the wife of J. J. Bonnar, solicitor, of a son.     BORN.— On the 2nd April, at Victor Harbour, Mrs. T. Born, of a son.   COLLEYPRIEST.-On the 19th March, at Pinkerton's Plains, the wife of A. Colleypriest, of a son. CONNOR.— On the 12th April, at Forest Lodge, Dashwood's Gully, the wife of C. H. T. Connor, Esq., of a daughter. FIELD.— At the Lodge, Kensington, the wife of Henry Field, of a son. FOWLER.— On the 30th March, at Two Wells, the wife of T. C. Fowler, of a daughter. GAMBLE.— On the 5th April, at Stepney street, Stepney, Mrs. Charles Gamble, of a son. GILES.— On the 6th April, at Lansdowne Cottage, Mount Pleasant, the wife of Mr. H. A. Giles, of a son. GILLARD.— On the 11th April, at Glinmore Park, Moonta, Mrs. Elizabeth Gillard, wife of Joseph Gillard, of a son. HAMBRIDGE.-On the 29th March, at Glenelg, the wife of Mr. George Hambridge, of a son. HANCOCK.— On the 27th March, at Glan-   ville, Mrs. E. B. Hancock, of a daughter. HUNTER.— On the 29th March, at Church street, Port Adelaide, the wife of Mr. David Hunter, of a son.   KENNEDY.— On the 15th April, at Grace Plains, the wife of Mr. Daniel F. Kennedy, of a son, which only lived one hour. LLOYD.— On the 12th April, at Ward-street, North Adelaide, Mrs. John Vereker Lloyd, of a son. MANN.— On the 6th April, at Flinders-street, the wife of Mr. Charles Mann, of a daughter. McCONVILL. — On the 14th March, at Myrtle Springs, the wife of Mr. H. McConvill, of a daughter. McHARG. — On the 10th April, at the Grange, Finniss, Mrs. John McHarg, of a son. McLAREN.— On the. 27th January, at No. 69, Addison-road, Kensington, London, the wife of John W. McLaren, Esq. , of a son. MUDGE— On the 30th March, the wife of Mr. John Mudge, Flinders Hotel, Streaky Bay, of a daughter. Both doing well. MURPHY.— On the 10th April, at South- terrace, Mrs. T. B. Murphy, of a son. NEEDHAM.— On the 13th April, at North Adelaide, the wife of Mr. S. P. Needham, of a son.             NIEHUUS.— Oh the 17th April, at Flinders- street, the wife of Th. Niehuus, teacher, of a daughter.         ODGERS.— On the 13th April, at Wright- street, Adelaide, Mrs. Alfred Odgers, of a son. OLDHAM.— On the 5th April, at Garryowen, near Kapunda, Mrs. T. F. Oldham, of a son, stillborn.         PAINE.-On the 25th. March. at Grunthal, the wife of W. H. Paine, of a daughter. PARR.— On the 25th March, at Archer-street,   North Adelaide, Mrs. James H. Parr, of a daughter. PENGILLY.— On the 12th April, at Clifford Farm, Aldinga, Mrs. Henry Pengilly, of a daughter. POLHILL.— On he 15th April,1 at Yorke's Peninsula, Mrs. E. Polhill, of a son. Both doing well.                   QUIN.— On the 14th April, at North Ade- laide, the wife of Mr. Edward Quin, of Wil-     cannia, of a son. REUTER.— On the 8th April, at Bucklands, Mrs. C. F. Renter, of a son.     SAUNDERS.— On the 4th April, at her resi- dence, Hart's- Buildings, Franklin-street, Mrs. Solomon Saunders, of a daughter. Both doing Well.                               SCOTCHER.— On the 25th March, at Haver- hill Cottage, Maclaren Vale, Mrs. E. W. Scotcher, of a son.       SEPPELT.— On the 6th April, at Seppelts-   field, the wife of Mr. B. Seppelt, of a son. SHEAEER.— On the 25th March, at Mount Barker, the wife of Mr. John Shearer, of a son.   SIEKMANN.— On the 28th March, at Saddle   worth , Mrs. E. Siekmann, of a son. SIFOLI— On the 16th April,at Glanville, the   wife of A. Sifoli, of a son.         SILLIFANT:— On the 8th April, at Wood- ville, the wife of G. W. Sillifant, of twins— son and daughter.    

SMITH.-On the 1st April, at Mona Cottsge Yalumba, Angaston, Mrs. Sidney Smith. of a   daughter.     STACK.-On tte 11th April. at Melbourne- street, North Adelaide, Mrs. James Stack, of a son.   STEVENS.-On the 19th March, at Kulpara the wife of James Stevens, jun., of a son.   TAYLOR.— On the 13th April, at Howard- street, Hindmarsh, the wife of Mr. Joseph Taylor, of a son. THIEL— On the 13th April, at King William street, Kent Town, the wife of F. A. Thiel, Esq., of a daughter.     THOMAS.— On the 13th April, at Gilberton, near Walkerville, the wife of J. M.Thomas, of a daughter. WADDELL.— On the 14th April, at Nairne, the wife of Mr. John Waddell, of a daughter. WAKEFIELD.— On the 30th March, at Wel- lington-square, North Adelaide, the wife of S. R. Wakefield, of a daughter.   WOOD.— On the 26th March, at the Tele- graph Station, McGrath's Flat, the wife of J. S. Wood, of a daughter. WYLY.— On the 22nd March, at Hookina,   North, Mrs. Alexander Wyly, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. AMBROSE— FINLAYSON. — On the 30th March, at the residence of the bride's father, Carrington-street, by the Rev. Jacob Abbott, William Ambrose, of Mannum, to Helen Harvey, second daughter of Mr. William Finlayson. ANDERSON— SHORT.— On the 18th April, at John Knox's Church, Morphett Vale, by the Rev. J. Benny, Alexander, fourth son of Mr. A. Anderson, of Mosgiel, to Selina, third daughter of Mr. John Short. BARTON-PRESTON.-On the 26th March, by the Rev. J. H. Williams, in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Burton, William Barton, to Elizabeth Ann Preston, both of Burton. BAYNES— SYMES.-On the 10th April, at   Salisbury, in the Wesleyan Chapel, by the Rev. Alfred Rigg, Mr. Lawrence Baynes, of Black Springs, to Louisa, daughter of Mrs. John Symes, of Salisbury. BUDGEN— CURTIS.— On the 2nd April, at Kent Town, by the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, Mr. Richard, the eldest son of Mr. Budgen, J.P., of Noarlunga, to Miss Maria, fifth daughter of the late Mr. F. Curtis, of Hindmarsh. BURKETT— CARIGE.— On the 9th April, at Pandurra, Port Augusta, by the Rev. J. Stoyel, William C. Burkett, of Monpena. youngest son of the late John Burkett, Esq., to Ellen Gaskin, eldest daughter of Henry Carige, Esq., of Benalla, Victoria. CRAWFORD— HORNE.— On the 19th March, at the residence of the late Benjamin Home, Esq., Chiswick, Ross, Tasmania, by the Rev. W. A. Quick, Robert Crawford, to Laura Eliza, fourth daughter of the late Mr. Justice Home, and sister of Mrs. Osmond H. Giles, of Adelaide. DEWELL— FRENCH.— On the 26th March, at St. John's Church, Mount Pleasant, by the Rev. W. A. Clayfield, Mr. J. Dewell, of South Rhine, to Jemima, third daughter of Mr. G. French, of Mount Pleasant. EVANS— HORNER.— On the 12th April, at Trinity Church, Riverton, by the Rev. J. Houghton, George Priest Evans, eldest son of Mr. George Evans, builder, to Harriett, second daughter of the late Mr. John Jubb Horner. GOODE-JOHNSTON.-On the 22nd March, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Goolwa, by special licence, by the Rev. W. S. Worth, Mr. Thomas Goode, jun., of Goolwa, eldest son of Thomas Goode, Esq., J.P., to Miss Jane Harkes John ston, eldest daughter of Captain Thomas Johnston, of Goolwa. HARRISON — HALDANE- On the 13th February, at Park Chapel, London, by the Rev. J. C. Harrison, assisted by Dr. Stoughton, D.D., T. Grove Harrison, Esq., Fitzwilliam- road, Clapham, to Jane Hamilton, eldest   daughter of Thomas Haldane, Kent Town, Adelaide. HEARN — GIACOMELLI. — On the 30th March, by the Rev. J. H. Williams, in the Pri- mitive Methodist Manse, North Adelaide, Thomas Hearn, to Margaretta Theresa, daughter of Mr, William Antonio Giacomelli, Brighton, England. Home papers please copy. HOLMAN-HOPGOOD. On the 11th April, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. Pool, John Rowe Holman, of Cowan- dilla, to Mary Ann Hopgood, of Lake Plains.   JUDD— EVANS.— On the 10th April, at the residence of Mrs. Williams, Fontonville Semi- nary, Maclaren Vale, by H. S. Earl, M. A. , William, fourth son of Mr. Samuel Judd, Vic- toria, to Esther, fourth daughter of Mr. Daniel Evans, of Myponga. KNOX— PHIBBS.-On the 1st January, at St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. John Radcliffe, uncle to the bride, John Rice Coning- ham Knox, of Hindmarsh Valley, South Aus- tralia, eldest son of Alexander Knox, Esq., of Stranmore, Portrush, to Susanna Mary Anna Phibbs, second daughter of the late Colonel Phibbs, Kingstown. LAMBERT— WARD.— On the 28th March, at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. W. H. Pollard, Mr. Job Lambert, to Mrs. Rebecca Ward, both of Clare. LOVELOCK-DUNSTALL.-0n the 28th March, at Cbristchurch, Yankalilla, by the Rev. C. W. Morse, by licence, William Lovelock, to Elizabeth Dunstall, both of Yankalilla. MARTIN— YOUNG.-On the 6th. April, at the minister's residence, Port Wakefield, by the Rev. T. McNeil, John Martin, of Port Wake- field, to Sarah Young, of the same place. MEWETT— MEAKINS.— On the 11th April, at St. John's Church, Mount Pleasant, by   licence, by the Rev. W. A. Clayfield, Mr. Thomas Mewett, of Malcolm's Flat, near Kersbrook, to Caroline, eldest daughter of Mr. Levi Meakins, of North Gumeracha. MILLER-NEWTON.-On the 28th March, at St. Bartholomew's, Norwood, by the Rev. Mr. Ewbank, K. St. Barbe Miller, to Helen E. Newton. MUDGE-BASTIAN.-On the 28th March, at Noarlunga Church, by the Rev. E. K. Miller, Henry, son of Mr. W. Mudge, to Jane, daughter of Mr. Sampson Bastian, both of Willunga. OGDEN-GALLEY.-On the 13th April, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. Richardson Reid, James F. Ogden, of St. Aubin's, Hawthorne, near Melbourne, Victoria, to Olivia Jane, eldest daughter of G. M. Galley, Esq., Mowbray Lodge, Norwood.   SCOTT-PHILPS.-On the 16th April, at the Congregational Church, Truro, by the Rev. P.   Barr, assisted by the father of the bride, Thomas Scott, Esq., J.P., of Paddy's Plains, near Truro, to Hannah, eldest daughter of the Rev. A. R. Philps, formerly of Truro, now of Williamstown, Victoria. No cards. SKETHEWAY-BALFOUR.-On the 18th April, at Hailes House, Hackney, the residence of Mr. James Calder, uncle of the bride, by the Rev. James Lyall, assisted by the Rev. William Davidson, Mr. G. B. Sketheway, to Jane E. Balfour. SNELLING—CALNAN.— On the 13th March, at Trinity Church, by the Rev. Richardson Reid, George, eldest surviving son of Henry Snelling, Esq., to Eliza Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Charles Calnan, both of Kangaroo Island. STEWART-STANLEY.-On the 21st March, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. James Haslam, Charles Stewart, of Salter's Springs, to Eliza, daughter of Mr. William Stanley, of Woolsheds. STONEHOUSE — PENTON.— On the 18th April, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. R. Reid, Edward Stonehouse, second son of the Rev. C. Stonehouse, Frimley Parsonage, Surrey, England, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr. G. Penton, Yorke's Peninsula, South Aus- tralia. SWANN— KEALLEY.— On the 29th March,   in the German Chapel, Nuriootpa, by the Rev. John Hannay, George Edward, fourth son of the late James Swann, of Eastbourne Farm, to Maria, second daughter of Samuel Kealley, Esq., of Angaston. Melbourne and New Zealand papers please copy. TRENBERTH — MAGOR. - On the 28th March, in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Carclew, Gawler River, by the Rev. J. Standrin,   of Saddleworth, Mr. Charles Trenberth, of Wallaroo Mines, to Miss Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. John Magor, Pelgreep Farm, Gawler River.   VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS.-On the 17th April, at the Unitarian Christian Church, Wake- field-street, by the Rev. J. Crawford Woods, B.A., Alfred, second son of Mr. R. Vaughan, East End Market, to Louisa, second daughter of Mr. C. Williams, Gilles-street. WILMSHURST-CRIDDLE.— On the 28th March, at Adelaide, George Amos, youngest son of Mr. William Wilmshurst, Thebarton, to

Rosina Clara Griffiths, eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Criddle, Adelaide. DEATHS. BALD.— On the 24th March, at Smithfield, Christina, wife of Robert Bald, aged 65 years. BLACKMAN.-On the 4th April, at the Edinburgh Inn, Mitcham, Charles Blackmail, aged 25 years. Hampshire papers please copy. BLATCHFORD.— On the 3rd April, at Edsall- street, Norwood, Ada May, the only daughter of Henry and Annie Blatchford. aged 13 months! BOSHER.-On the 17th April, at Adelaide, of typhoid fever, Eleanor, third daughter of Samuel Bosher, aged 13 years and six months. BOTTOMLEY.-On the 13th April, at the residence of his niece, Carrington-street, sud- denly of heart disease, James Francis Bottomley, late of Port Elliot, aged 57. An old colonist of 33 years' standing. BRAZIL-On the 2nd April, at Lefevre's Peninsula, the infant daughter of John and Emily Brazil, aged one year and eight months. BURNET.--On the 4th April, at his residence,   the Queens Arms, Brown - street, Adelaide, Charles Burnet, late of Lower Light, aged 54 years-a colonist of 33 years. CLEMENTS.-On the 7th April, at Adelaide, Mable Mary, daughter and only surviving child of Henry and Amelia Clements, aged one year and eight months. COLES.- On the 11th March, at the residence of her son, Mr. William Coles, Williamstown,   of bronchitis, Margaret Battam, the   beloved wife of Mr. John Randall Coles, aged 65 years, sister of the late Mr. H. Perryman, City Survevor; also of Mr. D. Perryman, of North Adelaide, late of Dartmouth, Devon, England. COWIE-On the 2nd February, at Enfield, Middlesex, Charles Fenton Cowie, late com- mander of the barque Kedar. CURTIS.-On the 25th March, at Rice's Creek, near Auburn, the wife of Mr. John Curtis, aged 27. DEMPSTER.-On tho 11th April, at Queens- town, of typhoid fever, Frederick James, youngest son of Mr. Jas. E. Dempster, aged 16 years. DICKINS.-On the 10th April, at Halifax- street, Ann, relict of tho late Mr. John Dickins, aged 76 years. DRIFFIELD.-On the 18th February at the Rectory, Bow, Lotitia, aged 80, widow of the late Rev. C. G. T. Driffield, Vicar of Prescott, Lincolnshire. ELLIS.— On the 22nd March, at Blinman, William Thomas, only child of Evan and Postuna Ellis, aged 13 months. FORRESTER.-On the 25th March, of con- sumption, Mary Anne, the beloved wife of John Forrester, of Emerson Hill, near Stockport, aged 22 years. GLEESON.— On the 12th April, at East Mel- bourne, Victoria, Mary Frances, infant daughter of H. C. Gleeson. HART. — On the 30th March, Emmaline Grace, aged 11 months and 20 days, the be- loved daughter of George and Mary Hart, of Willaston, late of Queenstown, New Zealand. HOAD.— On the 17th March, aged 66 years,   William T. Hoad, of tho Prairie, on the Torrens, an old and much respected colonist of 32 years. HULBERT.-On the 3rd April, at Franklin- street, Harry Washington, the beloved son of George and Emma Hulbert, aged three years and eleven months. IVEY.-On the 2nd April, Mr. Richard Ivey, of Glen Osmond, aged 69 years. KNIGHT.-On the 10th April, at Mul- gundawar, of bronchitis, Margaret Stewart, daughter of C. J. and Sarah Knight, aged four months and two days. LAMBELL.— On the 2nd April, at Adelaide, Percy William, only and beloved son of William Robert and Clara Lambell, aged four years. LAMBERT.— On the 4th April, at her resi- dence, O'Halloran Hill, Mrs. Richard Lambert,   aged 57 years.   MALCOLM.— On the 10th April, at Glenelg, Mary, relict of the late Alexander Malcolm, and eldest daughter of the late James Kelly, manufacturer, Glasgow. MANKEY.-On tho 10th April, at Gawler, Thomas J, Mankey, aged 47 years. His end was peace. MELVIN.-On the 19th April, at Hurtle square, of atrophy, Frank, the infant son of D. W. Melvin, aged eight months. MEYER.— On the 14th April, at his residence, Kent Town, Edward Montague Meyer, aged 37 years. MONTEITH.— On the 29th March, at Glenelg, Thos. F. Monteitb, in the 22nd year of his age, second son of T. F. Monteitb, broker, Adelaide. MURDEAY.— On the 12th April, at Blinman, Mary, the beloved wife of James Murdeay, aged 52. Home papers please copy. ORMEROD.— On the 10th April, at Robe,   George Ormerod, merchant, aged 49 years. PAYNE.— On the 15th April, at his mother's residence, Payneham House, Payneham, of consumption, James Payne, solicitor, youngest son of the late Samuel Payne, aged 28 years. PHILLIPS.-On the 17th April, at King William-street, Kent Town, of congestion of the brain, Amelia Adelaide, the infant daughter of John and Mary Phillips, aged eight months. POOLE. — On the 12th April, Harriet Elizabeth Poole, aged three years and nine months, daughter of Mr. William Poole, Angas- street. REYNOLDS.-On the 12th April, at Two Wells, Anne, daughter of Mrs. Wm. J. Reynolds, aged nine weeks. ROBERTS.— On the 20th March, at Angaston, Walter Clement, only son of Thomas and Jemima Roberts, aged 18 months. ROBERTS.— On the 1st April, at Angaston, Amy, only child of Thomas and Jemima Roberts, aged two years and nine months. STANDRIN. - On tho 15th April, at Gambierton, Matthew William, the infant son, and Jane (formerly Penberthy, formerly Bennett), the wife of the Rev. J. Standrin, en route from Saddleworth to Hamilton, Victoria. STEPHENSON.-On tho 29th March, at Langhorne's Creek, the infant daughter of W. D. and E. Stephenson, aged 13 days. STEVENS.— On the 1st April, at Booborowie Eating-house, of dysentery, Elizabeth Ann, the only and dearly beloved daughter of George and Elizabeth Stevens, aged one year and four months. TEMBY. — On the 11th April, Elizabeth Grace, daughter of Christopher and Margaret Temby, jun., Paddy's Station, Light, aged 10 months. THORNLEY.— On the 28th March, at Port Victor, Catherine Maria Dundas, relict of Joseph Dickson Thornley, Esq., formerly of Templeneu. County Tipperary, aged 71 years. TURNER.— On the 5th February, at Glasgow, Mary Anne Dunn, wife of the Rev. George Turner, LL.D., of the London Missionary Society's Samoan Mission. WALPOLE.— On the 3rd April, at Burton Farm, Waterloo Plains, of inflammation of the bowels, Edward Walter, only beloved son of John and Letitia Eliza Walpole, aged five weeks. "Of such is the kingdom of heaven."   WATTERS.-On the 31st March, at Willunga, William Watters, aged 72 years— an old colonist. WAY.— On the 18th February, at Edinburgh, Scotland, of consumption, Susan, wife of Edward Willis Way, M.B. WHITFORD.— On the 7th April, at Blinman Mine, Far North, of dysentery, Francis Longson, son of Emanuel Whitford. WHITEHEAD.— On the 12th April, near Torrens Gorge, of melana, Barbara, the beloved, wife of Edward Whitehead, aged 50 years. Her end was peace. WILLIAMS.— On tho 1st April, at Hamp- stead Farm, Upper Walkerville, Rosina Mar- garet, the beloved daughter of Henry and C. E. Williams, aged three months. WOODCOCK.— On the 30th March at her residence, North Adelaide, Bethia, the beloved wife of H. Woodcock, aged 42 years. WOODS.— On the 15th April, at Port Augusta, Edward Herbert, son of Edward John   and Kate Woods, of Childers-street, North Adelaide, aged three years and seven months. ZIEGLER.— On the 17th April, at Rundle street, of bronchitis, Fritz Hermann, August, only and beloved child of Richard and Emma Ziegler, aged 18 months.

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